The actor plays Samwell Tarly in the critically-acclaimed HBO series.
With just one season made up of six episodes of 'Game of Thrones' left, fans are already gearing up to say farewell to some of their favourite fantasy characters. Having followed the stories of Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and the like since the show's debut all the way back in 2011, millions are anxiously anticipating the end to each of their respective journeys.
John Bradley will return to the final season of 'Game of Thrones'
Whilst we don't know when we'll get the final six episodes, we do know that everything is being put into making them some of the most memorable that the series, and television in general, has ever seen.
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The actor admits his character may be taking the credit of the discovery away from Gilly.
Samwell Tarly is for many one of the purest and most innocent characters in the whole of the 'Game Of Thrones' adventure. For years now he has stood by Jon Snow and Gilly's side, doing his best to help out the pair whenever they need him and making one of the most important discoveries in the show's history in the recent penultimate season's big finale. Did he truly work out the information he provided Bran with by himself, though?
John Bradley returned for the penultimate season of 'Game Of Thrones'
Earlier on in the season, we had seen Gilly try to tell Sam all about how Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen were secretly married, but he had ignored her words and instead been caught up in other work altogether.
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The actor says it took five full days for everything to come together.
Making an incredible return to the screen earlier this week, the seventh season of HBO fantasy series 'Game Of Thrones' debuted, bringing in 16 million viewers in the US alone and shattering all of the viewing records it had set in place in the past.
John Bradley makes his 'Thrones' return as Sam Tarly
Whether people were talking about Ed Sheeran's controversial cameo, the fantastic opening scene which saw Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) take some long-awaited revenge, or the disgusting montage of cleaning out bedpans and scrubbing them clean with Sam Tarly (John Bradley), it was the one thing everybody was talking about following its premiere.
Up until recently, Harry Fox was a successful asset manager until his entire life started to unwind. It all started when the company he worked for lost over 14 billion euros overnight and leaves Harry and his ex-co-workers jobless and hungry for new money making schemes.
Vernon Stynes, one of Harry's old associates comes up with an idea to make some money, it's completely ludicrous but on the world of the dark web, it might just work. One person empties their bank account and sells all their belongings of any value and turns it all into cash and buries the money. Another person does the exact same. The parties dig a grave and fight to the death. The victor buries the looser and recovers the loot. Not really fully understanding what he's unleashing, Vernon designs a simple website and puts the idea out on the dark net.
According to Vernon, if your entire assets only amount to thirty thousand euros and you're on the verge of suicide, your life isn't really worth living and could be worth one final gamble. As Harry becomes more and more involved with the ploy, it seems that however hard he tries to stay away from the scheme, people might be out to get him.
For anyone that really wants to know what a musical of 'Game of Thrones' might look like, this Red Nose Day sketch will either satisfy your appetite, or leave you wanting more.
For the first ever US Red Nose Day on NBC, all the stops were pulled out. What happens when you combine Chris Martin, Liam Neeson, and a large section of the cast of 'Game of Thrones'? Well, you get a behind-the-scenes mockumentary of 'Game of Thrones: The Musical', featuring some of your favourite characters singing such hits as 'Rastafarian Targaryen'.
Peter Dinklage sang about how his character, Tyrion, is still alive despite the odds
The six-minute sketch contained a lot of the current (surviving) cast of the show, like Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Kit Harington, as well as actors like John Bradley (Samwell Tarly), Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy/Reek), Iwan Rheon (Ramsey Bolton) and Charlotte Hope (Myranda). There was also an appearance from some of the long-past actors like Mark Addy (King Robert Baratheon in Season One), Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Jojen Reed) and Rose Leslie (Ygritte), who received a serenade from Kit Harington. Diana Rigg (Olenna Tyrell) also made a brief appearance to discuss how the whole concert was a terrible idea.
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With the premiere of 'Game of Thrones' season 4 only a fortnight away, it's not a surprise thousands of fans couldn't wait and flocked to the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn for a sneak preview. For those of us who have to wait, here are 5 reasons why we love 'Game of Thrones'!
Season 4 of Game Of Thrones is due to air on April 17th and the build-up has just begun. Some fans of the show were lucky enough to catch a sneak preview of the first episode at a special event at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn.
Kit Harrington stars in Game of Thrones as Jon Snow.
Thousands of the aforementioned fans were greeted to a preview of the premiere episode and were surprised by the arrival of a number of the show's actors; the writer George R.R. Martin; and a marching band performing the theme song. The Huffington Post reports fans also indulged in "Game of Thrones Beer"; sat on the Iron Throne; and coveted the costumes of some of their favourite characters.
Cute, but derivative, though the leads seem to be having plenty of fun (and the guys they off are such total pricks it's hard not to laugh). Ultimately this is a trifle worth a peek, but I lost interest when the girls started to plan to murder a fat, necrophiliac coroner. The ending is pretty darn stupid, too, with Lords' character being left behind at a factory while Bowen escapes in her car... as if Traci doesn't know how to get a ride and hunt down that skinny bitch!
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